Adjunct Professors

Adjunct professors are anthropologists or other professionals selected by the Department from other departments or institutions to provide additional resources and specializations not readily available in the Department. Adjunct professors sometimes teach courses appropriate for our students, or serve on the advisory committees for graduate students.

Jesper L. Boldsen ,Ph.D. Aarhus University, 1983; Dr. Med. Sci. U Southern Denmark, 2008. Professor, Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Southern Denmark.  Osteology, epidemiology, population biology, biostatistics, bioarchaeology, Scandinavian archaeology, Medieval Denmark.

Benjamin Collins, Ph.D. McGill University 2014. Honorary Research Associate, Department of Archaeology, University of Cape Town. Archaeology, hunter-gatherers, zooarchaeology and taphonomy, southern Africa.
Mostafa Fayek, Ph.D. Saskatchewan, 1996. Professor, Canada Research Chair in Isotope and Environmental Geochemistry, Geological Sciences, Faculty of the Environment, University of Manitoba. Fluid-rock interaction, nanoscience, biogeoscience, archaeometry.
Susan Frohlick, Ph.D. York University (Toronto), 2002, Professor of Anthropology, Head of Community, Culture and Global Studies, IKBarber School of Arts and Sciences, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus. Cultural Anthropology, tourism, immigration, youth, sexuality and gender, ethnography, community-based research.
Tracey Galloway, Ph.D. McMaster university, 2008; Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto Mississauga. Indigenous health, circumpolar populations, nutrition transition, food security, chronic disease, child growth, public health policy.
Scott Hamilton Ph.D .Simon Fraser, 1991. Professor, Department of Anthropology, Lakehead University. Archaeology, fur trade, zooarchaeology, Boreal Forest archaeology.
Francisco Ibanez-Carrasco, PhD (Education, SFU 1999), Director of the Education and Training Unit at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN).   Developing education programs using new media, technology and the arts. Research focuses include HIV in the contexts of rehabilitation, aging, and mental health.
Linda Larcombe, Ph.D. U Manitoba, 2005.  Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine and Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Faculty of Medicine University of Manitoba. Medical anthropology, molecular anthropology, Aboriginal health, infectious diseases, ancient DNA, archaeology.
Robert Lorway, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba. HIV/AIDS Services/Population Health research. Intersections between culture, health, and sexuality, particularly with respect to the transmission of HIV within vulnerable communities. 
Maureen Matthews, D. Phil,  University of Oxford, 2010. Curator of Cultural Anthropology, Manitoba Museum. Cultural and museum anthropology, repatriation, sacred collections, Cree and Anishinaabe material culture, cosmology, and languages, fur trade history, Manitoba Treaties, residential schools reconciliation, Pimachiowin Aki World Heritage Site. 
Robert Phillips, PhD. University of California, Irvine, 2008; Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Ball State University. Cultural anthropology, digital anthropology, religion and the state, sexuality and gender, subjectivity, Southeast Asia, Israel.
Janice Ristock, Ph.D. University of Toronto, 1989. Professor, Women's and Gender Studies Program,  Vice-Provost (Academic Affairs) University of Manitoba.  Gender and sexual minorities, health effects of stigma and discrimination, relationship violence, feminist theory, community-based research methodology
Mirjana Roksandic, PhD. Simon Fraser University, 2000. Associate Professor, University of Winnipeg.  Human evolution, Neandertals, Mesolithic Europe, sedentary hunter gatherers, burial ritual.
Mary T. Silcox, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins, 2001. Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto Scarborough. Primate evolution, plesiadapiforms, evolutionary biology, paleoecology using compositional analysis, functional morphology, and dental microwear analysis.
E. Leigh Syms, Ph.D. U Alberta, 1976. Curator, Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature. Archaeology, methodology, ethnohistory; Northern America.